A lying-in Hospital is one of the appendages of this establishment.
The duration of labor also influences the mortality of lying-in.
Mr. White's useful treatise on the management of pregnant and lying-in women, p. 279.
It is eight weeks since her lying-in, and she cannot yet stand upon her feet.
In certain of the Baltic provinces of Russia the husband, on the lying-in of the wife, takes to his bed and groans in mock pain.
He took him then to the apartment of the lying-in woman, that he might view the child.
Singularly enough, not one of the sequences mentioned occurred in the practice of a physician connected with a lying-in hospital.
The father took her in his arms and carried her into the lying-in room.
The man then went away, and left him with the lying-in woman.
It was then for the first time since her lying-in that the old mother came to her.
lying-in ly·ing-in (lī'ĭng-ĭn')
n. pl. ly·ings-in (lī'ĭngz-) or ly·ing-ins
A state attending childbirth. adj.
Of or intended for use during childbirth.